During my hiring process, the HR Director said I was not worth the company's offer. That I would never get a better offer anywhere because I didn't have much experience (I had 15 years). They spoke in a demeaning, rude way to push me into not negotiating further. After I told them they were unprofessional and I ended the conversation and told them to keep the job offer, the company CEO called me up to apologize and explain that he and the team I would work with really valued me.
I ended up taking the job, but now within 6 months I have the better offer the HR Director said I would never get. I want to point out how wrong they were, because their words were soul-crushing at the time. I want the company to know that should never be a tactic taken with any new hire again.
Is there a way to do this? Or should I just leave without bringing it up. It was so painful at the time, it's hard to not want to point it out, because they were so wrong, but for a person with low self-esteem, a part of me believed it and nobody should have to feel that way.